Black-carpet premiere for Twilight

2011-11-15 08:20

Los Angeles – There was no red carpet for the stars of Twilight: Breaking Dawn – Part 1.

But the movie premiere last night at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles did feature other essential accessories for the hit vampire romance like a black carpet and fans who screamed at the mere sight of stars Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner.

Many of the fans had camped overnight to catch a glimpse of the actors, four days before the film goes on general release in the US.

The film is the fourth and penultimate instalment of the franchise based on the best-selling Twilight novels by Stephanie Meyer.

The final instalment is due to hit screens next November.

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